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When to See a Doctor for Your Sniffles

With the weather fluctuating between freezing nights and 70 degree days, its no wonder so many of us are dealing with what seems like a never-ending case of the sniffles this month. As you go through your third box of tissues for the week, you might be asking yourself if it is time to head into the doctor’s office for some relief.

Here are some clues to help you decide when enough is enough:

While the above are some good guidelines to help you decide if you should seek medical attention, your doctor’s staff are always happy to guide you if you have concerns.

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